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Personally I would prefer to use one of the standard Perl web frameworks (Dancer, Mojolicious or Catalyst). Dancer is the most minimal, but all 3 have a fair number of dependencies. Your requirements may be simple now, but these things have a way of growing, and you may then find that your lightweight choice will suffer growing pains.

One low-level option, if you really insist on it, is HTTP::Daemon. That's a subclass of IO::Socket::IP, which means you can play with sockets directly if you choose to. If you don't want to use the module directly, its source code might give you some inspiration.


In reply to Re: REST API Server in Perl by philipbailey
in thread REST API Server in Perl by programmingzeal

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